Iran’s Khamenei urges nations to condemn Israeli strikes

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    #Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has urged all nations to condemn Israel’s “brutal and cruel crime” against #Palestinians in the wake of the latest Mideast escalation. Iranian state TV on Tuesday quoted Khamenei as saying that it was a duty of every state to take a stand and condemn this “evil, criminal, brutal and cruel” action by #Israel. FRANCE 24’s correspondent in Iran, Reza Sayah, tells us more.

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